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Nov 2, 2013 5:00am PDT
homeland security. he wound up pleading guilty to tax evasion. in line to the white house. spending three years in a federal minimum security prison. earlier this week, he spoke to matt lauer days after being relieved from house arrest. he opened up about what he realized about life behind bars and his new mission now that he's out. >> bernie, you spent six years of your life running that jail over our shoulder there which is one of the biggest and most notorious jails in the country. when you look back at that place now, does your perspective change? >> yeah, it changes. when i ran that system, i focused on the day-to-day operations of care, custody, and control. what i realized today is, especially in the federal prison system, that's not necessarily the focus. >> reporter: despite a long and impressive resume in law enforcement, kerik says only a few months after behind bars himself that he realized that criminal justice system was broken. >> these young men, first-time nonviolence low level drug offense their sentence may be five or ten years, but you know what? it's not a five
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Nov 5, 2013 7:00am PST
, and in campbell, measure e would renew an $85 partial tax for eight years to help fund the school district's seven campuses. stay with nbc bay area both on air and on-line. we'll have the very latest election results at nbc bay area.com. just search election. >>> right now want to take a quick break, but we're going to have a look at weather and traffic after this. to those who've waited... worried... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at coveredca.com or call 1-800-752-6631. >>> good tuesday morning. it is crystal clear from the coast to the inland valleys, and we'll see a nice warm sunny finish to the day. 77 degrees in livermore. 70 degrees in fremont, and 73 degrees on the way to san jose. overall running two to three degrees warmer than where we hit yesterday. as we head throughout tomorrow, we'll continue that climb p
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Oct 30, 2013 7:00am PDT
yourself in that role? >> i mean, it was very emotionally taxing but it was such a privilege to be able to bring that woman's story back to life and take that part of history personally. it was the best teaching tool for me and it will be that for everyone that gets to see it. >> as you go forward, there's people describing you as break out star. winning awards. you have the golden globes and oscars coming up. do you think about that? >> i can't. there's so much else to think about right now. i'm taking it one day at a time. every day brings new things. like standing here talking to you. >> it will get better than this. your agents phone must be ringing constantly. what's next? >> i don't know. i did a film "nonstop" that comes out in february and other than that, i don't know. i'm looking. definitely we have a few things that we're looking at and we'll see what's next. >> getting a lot of buzz. it's a pleasure to meet you. congratulations and the movie again is "12 years a slave" it's in theaters now. let's get a check of the weather. >> let's look at what you have as far as your hallo
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Nov 1, 2013 7:00am PDT
guilty to tax evasion and lying to the white house. he served three years in a federal minimum security prison in maryland, and he was released back in may. we spoke to kerik exclusively earlier this week, just days after his home confinement ended, and i began by asking how he's doing. >> i feel pretty good. it's all a transition. it's a pretty intense transition to come home. >> talk to me a little bit about daily life. what was it like for you? >> there isn't much you can do in prison. my daily life consisted of reading. i think i read over 300 books while i was there. i did a lot of writing. i exercised a lot. >> you thought a lot, i would imagine. >> you do a lot of thinking. >> did you mix with the other inmates? >> yes. i mixed -- >> are ywere you scared about t? >> no, but i was with men that were sentenced to 30 years. a lot of people were skeptical. a lot of people were, you know, a lot of people didn't want to come near me, didn't want to talk to me. but over time, i got to know many of them. over time, i got to help many of them. over time, i got to teach. i taught
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Nov 5, 2013 4:00am PST
colorado, voters are weighing in on a controversial taxing scheme for the sale of legal marijuana. and 11 counties will decide whether to pursue splitting away, informing their own state. >>> the nfl is investigating charges that a miami dolphins player was bullied by a teammate who sent his racist and threatening texts. the dolphins suspended guard richie incognito for conduct detrimental to the team. incognito allegedly sent messages that were racist and threatening. he says the charges are false. dolphins' tackle jonathan martin left the team last week and has reportedly been bullied ever since he was a rookie last year. martin says he was pressured into paying $15,000 for incognito and teammates to go to las vegas. the players union is also investigating what may be serious problems in the dolphins' locker room culture. >>> a bill protectingle lgbt community from workplace discrimination has cleared a big hurdle in the senate, and it succeeded with some republican support. today gay rights advocates are praising the move, but the celebrations could be short-lived. nbc's tracie potts i
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Nov 1, 2013 5:00am PDT
. mexican lawmakers are close to approving new taxes on all fatty foods and soft drinks. the mexican senate just approved an 8% tax on all high calorie foods. although this needs to be approved by the lower house both houses have already agreed to an 8 cent per liter tax on soft drinks. the mexican government announced an education campaign which would offer an official seal for lower calorie high fiber snacks. >> another nation that could be combatting obesity with taxes is britain. a new study says putting a 20% tax on soda could cut the number of obese adults in the uk by 180,000. researchers say even if it's just 1.3% drop it's worth it. about one in four britains are considers obese. >> it's 5:20 now. the the winchester mystery house doing something different to mark dias. >>> welcome back everyone. what a beautiful live look outside this morning. lights are glistening, kind of holding on to the glow of halloween. lots of folks celebrating last night. take a look at this. scary. there were long lines to get into the haunted house in san jose. it's the temple of doom, a haunted house bu
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Nov 1, 2013 6:00am PDT
by employers so you can set money aside tax free. as long as you can pinpoint at the beginning of the year how much you think you'll spend in medical bills throughout the year. a lot of people didn't do that well and that's why there was leftover money at the end and the trush use it up before the end of december. now the government announced it's relaxing the rules. let people carry over $500 or give them 2 1/2 months the beginning of the next year to use up what they have left. the thing is it's not your choice, it's your employer's. >> that's what i was going to ask you about. you clarified it for me. thank you. >> let's turn things over to meteorologist christina loren on this friday. very comfortable temperatures even reaching 80. >> 80 for the first day of november but we're starting out cold. one of those days we're going to see a broad spectrum where we're starting and where we're headed. 47 degrees in livermore. 48 in san jose and 40 in gilroy. so jumping 40 degrees between now and the heat of the day n. is the warmest day of the week. by this weekend pretty significant c
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Oct 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
named as victims. >> 6:26. a higher tax on sugary drinks on the way to san francisco. how a city supervisor is suing. >> also why this ordinary looking house is being preserved. >>> who knew what in the nsa spying investigation and when did they know it? we're going to tell you how the house is trying to get to the bottom of a spiraling scandal. >> we'll explain why this ordinary looking home in los altos is being singled out and protected as a local landmark. >> an ordinary day on wall street, we'll find out. not a lot of action expected. there is the opening bell for this tuesday, october 29th. this is "today in the bay." >>> sounds like they are at a casino there. >> exactly. >> thanks for waking up with us. i'm marla tellez in for jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. this morning lawmakers on capitol hill will press for answers on whether the u.s. has been snooping on its allies for how long and who knew about it. tracie potts joins us live on capitol hill this morning. tracie, the nsa will answer questions but the white house certainly under pressure as well. >> reporter:
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Nov 5, 2013 4:30am PST
schools and pay for technology. in campbell measure e would renew a tax to help fund the school district's seven campuses. >> stay with nbc bay area on air and on line for the latest results, visit nbcbayarea.com and search elections. >>> right now a check of the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. 4:38. people planning their day. >> yeah. chamber of commerce weather for election day. good morning to you. temperatures are cool to start. i want to show you numbers. they are all over the place. for instance, 58 degrees right now in livermore, at 59 degrees up in napa so a mild start, close to 60, at 36 down in gilroy. what's happening is we're getting a dry north wind, i told you the winds were going to crank yesterday. they did on time. as a result of that dry downsloping wind we're starting out mild in some cities now where we had 31 degrees yesterday in napa. as we head throughout day today it will be a sunny afternoon, temperatures are going to nudge up a touch from yesterday's highs, tomorrow will peak and then those showers come back into the forecast. and the chanc
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Nov 5, 2013 5:00am PST
overcrowding. mr would renew two parcel taxes. >> a new study focusing on california finds child care requirements are not strict enough. in the study the department of health and human services finding 21 states including california do not require a yearly unannounced inspection of licensed child care providers. only 15 states require background checks. it even when unannounced inspections were required they were not always done. common problems include not enough staff, unscreened people living in family child care homes and broken play ground equipment. the study sampled five states, california, florida, illinois, ohio and texas. california does require unannounced inspections every five years, that's the least strict of the five states. it does, however, require background checks for child care employees who interact with kids so does not include employee likes janitors. >> a morgan hills day care worker could soon in in court after she was accused of being drunk on the job. 58-year-old ana marie lopez was arrested yesterday at the child development center on west main near peek a
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Oct 29, 2013 4:30am PDT
proposing 2 cents per ounce tax on sugary drinks that works out an extra 25 cent as can. scott wiener thinks it will pass because the money around $31 million would go toward youth nutrition and physical activities program. also on the agenda a planned vote on a proposal to close all city parks between midnight and 5:00 a.m. >> as we begin talking about yesterday, it's that time of year again. ski and snowboarding season is around the corner. the sierra got its first dose of heavy snow monday. look at that. getting to look a lot like christmas. and snow machines near truckee spent the night making snow to capitalize on the conditions. if the snow keeps falling it will open this weekend. north star, another resort, hopes to open later in november. >> that's the lower one as you head up there. by truckee. boreal. >> grab the triplets. how cute t bean es and ear muffs. >> one of those mornings if you are taking your little ones to school make sure they are ready for a cold stafrmt layer them up. it's going to be a nice finish. temperatures holding on to comfortable levels as we head thro
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Oct 29, 2013 5:00am PDT
meeting scott weiner will propose a 2 sents per ounce tax on sugary grinks. an estimated 31 million would be raised. also on the agenda, a controversial proposal to close all city parks between fit night and 5:00 a.m. this is another way for the city to criminalize homelessness. >> we talked about the palo alto pull the plug on electronic bull boards. council members decided against that idea. based on the revenue east palo alto has generated with a similar sign, palo alto thought it could make as much as a million dollars a year. opponents say the signs are distracting because they are right and they constantly change. the birthplace of the apple computer is part offist. last night the commission voted unanimously to tern the childhood home into a historic sight. the home on chris drive is protected so a builder cab not come in and demolish it. the plan to put up a plaque where jobs and steve built the first apple 1 commuters in 1976. jobs' step mother still lives in that house. >> i'd like to sit in the garage. change the wisdom. >> what a place. >> today marks the 100 days until
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Nov 3, 2013 7:00am PST
expand an existing program that grants tax credits to the film industry. that's a $100 million program already. if true, the charges could include bribery, conspiracy, mail fraud, extortion, what an ugly combination. >> this is obviously bad news for ron calderon himself, but how does it ripple out toward other democrats? somebody must have known something somewhere. >> yeah. well, it does in a couple ways. first, the indictment mentioned that calderon had conversations with several other senate democrats, including senate president pro tem daryl steinberg. he and the others mentioned acknowledge conversations, sure, but they deny that they knew anything about the bribes. and, in fact, there's no evidence, that has to be repeated, no evidence that any money changed hands. nonetheless, they're jittery. they're jittery that their names were even mentioned. and, second, there's this whole matter of the next year's state elections, the public perceptions and all that stuff. right now democrats enjoy that rare, and i might add, bare two-thirds majority in both houses, which has allowed them
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